No-one could dismiss the fun of Easter with the endless chocolate and bunny-themed treats, but this year Mudchute Farm went back to Easter's roots.
Four comedians from legendary comedy show Whose Line Is it Anyway? did what they do best in an entirely improvised set based on audience suggestions at Canary Wharf's Comedy Club this week.
Comedian Eddie Izzard will be appearing in Tower Hamlets on Wednesday to help launch Labour's manifesto for the borough.
The outspoken supporter of the party will join mayoral candidate John Biggs and others standing in local and European elections.
If you've lost your yolk for the traditional Easter activities, then head to London Dungeons to meet the Egg-cecutioner and hunt Bad Eggs.
There are circus acts, jazz and a St George's Day Feast to keep you busy throughout April.
Take a look below for activities around London throughout the month.
Engineering works will take place across much of the transport network over the Easter weekend with one section of the Docklands Light Railway to remain closed for a whole week.
The Jubilee line is shut from Waterloo to Finchley Road across the whole of the weekend, from Friday to Monday.
One piece of good news Charlton can salvage out of defeat at home to Barnsley is the long-awaited return of last year's player of the year Chris Solly.
The full-back played well for 70 minutes of Tuesday's match before being taken off as a precaution. And afterwards manager Jose Riga said he's a huge part of the side.
West Ham were outclassed by a slick Arsenal side as the Gunners were 3-1 victors over the Hammers at The Emirates Stadium on Tuesday night.
Manager, Sam Allardyce was pleased with the performance of his side; however, the former Bolton gaffer said it counts for nothing when you lose.
Sam Allardyce's West Ham let a lead slip again to Arsenal as they were beaten 3-1 at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday evening.
Arsenal are now unbeaten against West Ham in 12 games, winning their last six against the East Londoners.
If Charlton hoped their relegation fears were just a bad dream then they were given a big pinch by Barnsley at The Valley on Tuesday night.
The Yorkshiremen got a first goal against the run of play before fluking a second to give them a vital three points against their rivals for the drop.